Synod Opening Mass

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

Join Bishop Malesic for the opening Mass for the diocesan synodal process at 10:30am on Sunday, Oct 17 in the cathedral

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State of Schools Report

This is an annual report that provides information and data about student performance and achievements from the 108 schools located within the diocese.  The Office of Education invites the greater Catholic community of Northeast Ohio to read what is outlined to see just how God's word, Catholic values and faith are guiding academics, character-building and developing future leaders at our schools.

Download State of Schools 2021 report.

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"Whether in-person or remote, Catholic school students engage with their teachers and each other, growing in knowledge and faith. They live out the commandments to love God and love one another by learning to care for one another and experiencing putting others’ needs before their own, just like a family.”
Frank O'Linn
Superintendent of Catholic Schools
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Trinity technology

Chromebooks, cameras and remote classrooms: Trinity demonstrates the Catholic school commitment to a new way of educating

By Tony Burke, Director, marketing, communications and institutional advancement, Trinity High School

When students and staff walked out of their respective school buildings on March 13, 2020, it became evident very quickly that the way our young men and women would be educated was changing forever. No longer would it be students bidding their parents farewell and heading off to school for the day, seeing their friends and favorite teachers and returning home sometime that afternoon. Very quickly, hybrid, remote and simultaneous learning became household words as schools began to adjust to a historic challenge teaching the students they love from a remote location into their homes.

Trinity High School in Garfield Heights has always taken great pride in staying ahead of the technology curve, and administrators realized very quickly that changes needed to be made to handle this new educational landscape. “It was obvious that we needed to identify solutions that would give our students, both at home and in school, the best chance for success,” said William Svoboda, Trinity assistant principal and CFO.

William, along with other administrators and Dave Krizan, information technology director, immediately began researching and determining what technology upgrades would most effectively teach their entire student body. The school fully committed to becoming a Google Classroom school and invested in Google Chromebooks for every student to use for in-class or remote learning. Cameras were installed in every classroom so students can see, hear and be engaged with their classmates and instructors. The Wi-Fi system also was upgraded for optimum capabilities in accommodating all of the new technology. “The new technology has made a world of difference,” William said. “The students and teacher have adjusted extremely well, allowing us to maintain our rigorous college preparatory education, while finding new extraordinary ways to educate our young men and women.”

Like Scott Hayes, medical science teacher, who has taken the use of cameras in the classroom a step further. He installed a camera in his microscope so the students at home see exactly what the students in class are seeing in their microscopes in real time. “With the current challenges of trying to replicate the same class environment for remote learners, it is encouraging to find a way to give them close to the same lab experience as those in the building,” Scott said. “The live images can be broadcast through Google Meet and the remote learners can actually perform the same manual cell counts as the students in class at the exact same time. It is one more tool that allows us to continue to provide a  unparalleled medical education even in these uncertain times.”

With the continued uncertainty of this pandemic, nobody really knows what the future holds for our educational system. However, with Catholic schools like Trinity investing in our children, families can feel very confident that their kids remain on a path to an extremely successful future.

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High schools team up with Cleveland Clinic

The leaders of the five diocesan-owned high schools, Cleveland Central Catholic, Elyria Catholic, Holy Name, Lake Catholic and Villa Angela-St. Joseph, partnered with professionals from the Cleveland Clinic.

Each school convened a task force of key stakeholders that gathered local input and developed COVID-19 reopening plans in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic AtWork, which ensured the protocols followed the best available science to mitigate possible risks of infection.

“It has been a very challenging time of uncertainty because the facts about the virus were and are still unfolding,” said Amy Butler, associate superintendent for secondary schools. “Every aspect of a school routine ingrained in the minds of the students and faculty members changed, except that everyone cares about one another. That is why following the new protocols is worth it, to keep each other safe and healthy so that they can be back at school.”

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